Have do all above no luck get FAILED WITH HTTP 12029Welcome to the forum.
What version on BI are you on?
First, I assume you are using the rtsp firmware. It's been awhile since I've played with the Wyze cam, are you able to assign a static IP address to the cam? I used the MAC address and reserve an IP address in my router. I will assume you didn't assign a static IP. First, I would unplug all cams.
Next, log into your router, find the list of devices currently assigned an IP address (i.e. your router is on 192.168.0.1)
Next, plug in the first cam (may take a minute or so), then check your list again to see if it shows up.
Note the IP address (for example 192.168.0.111) that was assigned to the cam and the MAC address (i.e. 38:78:3B:h3:7F:12).
On your router, you may need to look where you can assign an IP address to a particular MAC address. This will reserve that IP address to this device, such that if your cam gets rebooted, BI will be able to reconnect to it.
Next, in BI, add camera, under video tab, enter the IP address, for example 192.168.0.111, the login (i.e. admin) and the password for the cam, then hit find/inspect. If it finds it, it should show the main stream as: /Streaming/Channels/101.
Another program I use is VLC. Use that and select File / Open Network Stream... and enter in
Once you get the first one, just plug one at a time and repeat above.Code:
Opening 192.168.1.137 port 80...Have do all above no luck get FAILED WITH HTTP 12029
Opening 192.168.1.137 port 8999...Ok, spankdog is correct, sorry I was on the wrong camera.
change to RTSP in pulldown, enter in: yourlogin:firstname.lastname@example.org:554/live, then hit the Ok button at bottom and wait, sometimes it takes a few minutes. If all fails, try using VLC program instead
No LuckI have looked at the cams on my phone and they are on working fine checked the RTSP no change also se IP for the cams
Connection failed:Try VLC, download VLC software and try to contact the cam that way, select Media / Open Network Stream... then enter in your string:
don't forget to use your own login/password and IP address...